Odenton Elementary School's science fair attracts 91 entries WEST COUNTY -- Crofton * Odenton * Fort Meade * Gambrills


March 30, 1993|By VICKI WELLFORD

Bigger was better at this year's Science Fair at Odenton Elementary School.

The event attracted 91 entries, which required moving the projects from the media center to the cafeteria for display.

Winners were:

* Kindergarten: Brendon Gonski, first place; Daniel Lotz, second place; Matthew Delorenzo, third place.

* First grade: Mollie Mosca, first; Angela Osborne, second; Kristine Price, third.

* Second grade: Gilbert McDonald, first; Matthew Gawlik, second; Stacy Watson, third.

* Third grade: Amy Day, first; Michael Talbert, second; Kimberly McDowell and Kimbrie Gobbi, tie for third.

* Fourth grade: Chris Tate, first; Jessica Agorsor, second; Jenny Ellick, third.

* Fifth grade: Jessica Ferris, first; Jessica Godwin, second; Edward Koo and Robby Simmons, tie for third.

When the county Science Fair rolls around late next month, Odenton Elementary will be represented in the competition for third- and fourth-graders by Amy Day, who has a project "Acid rain: Is it in my neighborhood?" and by Jessica Ferris in the competition for fifth- and sixth-graders, who has a project called "Flowers at Angles."


The Waugh Chapel Elementary School Science Fair for students ingrades 3 through 5 is being held this week. Parents are invited to view the projects from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. tomorrow. The awards ceremony will be at 1:15 p.m. on April 6, in the cafeteria.


Two members of Cub Scout Pack 445 made the jump to the Boys Scouts in a bridging ceremony at Wesley Gove United Methodist Church.

Cubmaster Dave Skidmore conducted the ceremony for Weblo Scouts Kevin Carter and Brian Thomas.

The troop meets every Monday at the lodge on Quarterfield Road in Severn.

For more information about the troop, call 768-1371.


Faiths Community Church of Gambrills, will play host to a Ladies Spring Luncheon at 10 a.m. Saturday.

The speaker will be Marie Entwistle. The craft will be "spring country hats."

Bring a covered dish or dessert to share. Organizers remind participants to bring a hot-glue gun and scissors for the crafts portion of the program.

The cost is $3.50. A nursery will be provided.

For more information, call the church office at 410-672-3698.

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